Fun Island Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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A very belated happy new years to everyone. Katie and I are now safely into Mumbai, our final stop on this trip and now have a little bit more time to look back and reflect. Katie is planning on writing a guest blog with some of her thoughts regarding the trip so far but untill then here are some photos from our new years celebration in Delhi. We went to a place called Monkey Bar which was definitely catering towards tourists and ex pats but ...
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... attacked Mumbai. The group is one of the largest and most proficient of the Kashmir-focused militant groups and attacked 12 separate locations. Our city tour included many of the places, Taj Hotel, Gateway to India, Jain Temples, Gandhi's home, Fishermans village, Chowpatty Beach the hanging Gardens of Mumbai that were attacked and a coffee stop in the Leopald Café still shows all the bullet holes in the windows and walls.
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... around this strange new place. Our first challenge was to make our way from our hostel to the city centre. We braved another rickshaw ride to our local train station- Andheri. On stopping outside the station I fully realised just how far away from home we really were. The moment our rickshaw stopped we were mobbed by a group of beggars. One woman kept tapping me on my legs and shoulders shouting "Money! Money!" Her little baby who couldn't have been more than two years ...